Fire and Rescue Certifications - Current All Certifications in Blue are Current 12-5-2011 Active Links are to Certifications I am working on. NC Emergency Medical Technician BCLS CPR Instructor - American Heart Association ACLS Instructor - American Heart Association PALS Instructor - American Heart Association NC Rescue Technician - VMR - Vehicle and Machinery Rescue NC Rescue Technician - Ropes Technician - NFPA 1670 Standard NC Structural Collapse Technician - FEMA USAR Class - NFPA 1670 Standard NC Confined Space Technician - NFPA 1670 Standard NC Wildland Fire Suppression NC Trench Rescue Technician - NFPA 1670 Standard NC Driver Operator - Pumps NC Driver Operator - Aerials NC Emergency Vehicle Driver NAPD Emergency Vehicle Driver Swiftwater Rescue Technician - Rescue 3 International Search and Rescue Technician - Level III NASAR SARTECH III Managing the Lost Person Incident - Operations Smoke Diver Certification - Charlotte Fire Academy Cell Tower Rescue - 4th Class in NC NC EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT COORDINATOR - Level 4 NC Fire and Life Safety Educator Level I NC Fire and Life Safety Educator Level II NC Fire and Life Safety Educator Level III NC Level II Instructor - Qualified in Fire Fighter I,II NC Chief 101 - First Class offered in the state after the pilot classes. NC SKYWARN Advanced Weather Spotter Certification NC SKYWARN Advanced Radar Certification NC SKYWARN Storm Chaser Certification National Fire Academy Classes Managing Company Tactics and Operations Leadership I: Strategies for Company Success - NFA (F803) Leadership II: Strategies for Personal Success - NFA (F804) Incident Command System NFA (F806) Firefighter Safety and Survival Public Information Officer (G290) Intro To Volunteer Emergency Services Management FEMA Homeland Security Classes FEMA NIMS IS-700 - National Incident Management System (NIMS), An Introduction FEMA NIMS IS-100 - Introduction to Incident Command System FEMA NIMS IS-200 - ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents FEMA ICS-300 - Intermediate ICS for Expanding Incidents FEMA ICS-400 - Advanced ICS for Complex Incidents FEMA NIMS IS-800 - National Response Plan , An Introduction FEMA NIMS IS-362 - Multi-Hazard Emergency Planning for Schools FEMA NIMS IS-271 - Anticipating Hazardous Weather & Community Risk FEMA G-288 - Donations Management FEMA AWR-160 - Weapons of Mass Destruction Awareness Modular Emergency Response Radiological Transportation Training - Train The Trainer Mass Shootings Planning and Response for Public Safety Incendiary Explosive Devices Emergency Response to Criminal Terrorist Incidents Federal Aviation Certifications B-3 Helicopter Certification B-3 Aircraft Certification ________________________________________________________________________ I Am Working Toward These Certifications At This Time I Instructed High Angle Rescue Classes for NCDOI 1976-1981 @ Stone Mountain in Allegheny County as a National Park Ranger in 1976-1977 and as a consultant in 1978-1981. As a Park Ranger I attended the National Park Service 21 day High Angle Rescue School in Yosemite National Park in 1976 and then a week long Search and Rescue class at Cedar Breaks National Monument. The next year I was selected to attend the newly created Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) at Glynco Naval Air Station near Brunswick, Georgia. Jekyll Island was where much of the National Park Service Law Enforcement Training was accomplished. NC Rescue Technician - Surface Water Technician Search and Rescue Technician - Level II NASAR SARTECH II Leadership II: Strategies for Personal Success - NFA (F804) Leadership III: Strategies for Supervisory Success - NFA (F805) Swiftwater Rescue Technician Advanced - Rescue 3 International - NFPA 1670 Standard FEMA NIMS IS-230 Principles of Emergency Management FEMA NIMS IS-235 Emergency Planning FEMA NIMS IS-242 Effective Communication FEMA NIMS IS-241 Decision Making and Problem Solving FEMA NIMS IS-240 Leadership & Influence FEMA NIMS IS-244 Developing and Managing Volunteers FEMA NIMS IS-139 Exercise Design Wildland Fire and Urban Interface Wildland Fire Suppression S-130/190 Advanced Wildland Firefighter S-131 Fire Operations in the Urban Interface S-215 Wildland Urban Interface Fire Operations -Q618 Wildland Tutorial Self-Study Introduction to Wildland/Urban Interface Firefighting for the Structural Company Officer - (F610) Command and Control of Wildland/Urban Interface Operations for Structural Chief Officers - (F612) Cooperative Leadership Issues in Wildland/Urban Interface Operations - (F613) National Fire Academy Classes Advanced Public Information Officer E388 Firefighter Safety: Calling the Mayday - Q133 Incident Command System Self-Study Incident Command and Control Series: Tutorial (2nd Edition) Colleges & Conferences That I would like to attend Some say that the Fire Service is 200 years of Tradition Unencumbered by Progress I say that In the Fire - Rescue Service - You NEVER Stop Learning! I Still Have A LOT To Do and Learn ! "There is Time to Sleep When You Are Dead"
Live Burn Training December 2005 Captain 5802
First Annual Rowan County Fire Muster 1980 Son Glenn is 2 years old
"FIREFIGHTING - A FAMILY AFFAIR" Salisbury Post Article March 28th 2007 Captain Dave, Brent, and Glenn Barlow
Captain Barlow after receiving the March 5th 2007